From the May 1997 issue:
- Annual Session Update:
- Learning the etiquette of referrals
- In prostate debate, doctors and patients often at odds
- ACP Governors approve resolutions
- Good communication—in 15 minutes?
- Dealing with pain management
- Credibility, medical education...other highlights at Annual Session
- How doctors can affect managed care
- Is your practice operating efficiently?
- Working in geriatrics: Look beyond chronic conditions
- ACP paper finds 'urban health penalty'
- Computers and medicine: up close
- Internists in the hospital—only
'Hospitalists' idea taking off, but will continuity of care suffer?
- From the President
Health care reform: how bright prospects plummeted
As ACP pushes for health care refor, a look at where President Clinton's efforts went wrong
- ACP starts up physician-directed networks initiative
Goals are to identify 'best practices,' publish an analysis and develop educational courses
- The College plans for the future, identifies four strategic themes
- New ACP officers aim to focus on policy-making
- Science in a fishbowl
Dr. Fauci on combination therapies, vaccines for AIDS
- One physician's experience with 'cocktail' therapies
New AIDS treatments show dramatic results: but reveal quagmire of costs, treatment complications
- Are you ready to take the internal medicine boards?
Experts advise self-assessment tests, study groups and other ways to best prepare—and pass
Internist Archives Quick Links
Reviews of the World's Top Medical Journals—FREE to ACP Members!
ACP JournalWiseSM is mobile optimized with optional email alerts! Get access to reviews from over 120 of the world’s top medical journals alerting you to the highest quality, most clinically relevant new articles based on your preferred areas of specialty. ACP Members register your FREE account now!
New CME Option: Internal Medicine 2014 Recordings
New CME Package
Includes 75 of the most popular sessions in internal medicine and the subspecialties. Stream the sessions, answer brief quizzes and earn CME credit. See details.